Accepting Children's Autonomy

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That way you'll get your baby to accept the spoon.
Getting your little one to accept that you give him food with a spoon is one more step towards his autonomy. Act like this and you will not reject it.

1. Give it to play

Buy your child a spoon (if several, better) and leave it to play for a few days. You will become familiar with it and will no longer be a foreign object. Remember that your first spoon should be small (so that it fits well in the mouth), planita (so it can not contain much food) and plastic (it is more pleasant than metal).

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